One quick question
sarahr at genesearch.com.au
Sun Jul 14 18:05:01 EDT 2002
The stack will import OK but you will have to add a save button/menu or
an auto-save feature of some kind. If you want to make a standalone, the
splash screen method is probably the easiest method, so your original HC
stack can still be the main data storage and get saved but the engine is
in a non-writable application file with a splash screen.
On Monday, July 15, 2002, at 08:40 AM, Ken Norris (dialup) wrote:
> Hello Rev list,
> This is probably covered elsewhere, but I can't read the docs on this
> (it runs out of memory when they open, at the moment) and the subject of
> programming standards compliance came up over at the HC list:
> Most classic HC recipe-type db stacks almost always allow text field
> updates, new cards, deleting of old cards, etc., auto-saved back to the
> standalone (because it contains a player in it).
> What happens if one tries to convert such a stack to Rev, or even
> rewrite it
> as a Rev standalone?
> Best regards,
> Ken N.
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